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Julia Chybowski, Musicology

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ChybowskiJulia J. Chybowski earned a Ph.D. in music history from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and is currently Associate Professor of Music at the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh where she teaches introductory courses in Western and Non-western music, survey courses for music majors and the general student, as well as upper-level seminars in musical exoticism, social impact of music technology, and musical cultures of the United States. Chybowski’s interest in pedagogy and educational reform motivated her to join UWO’s General Education Reform Committee, and she has presented innovative curricular and pedagogical methods at state and national conferences. She also has served UWO and the surrounding community as elected member of the Faculty Senate, Executive Committee of the Senate, Music Department liaison for the Cooperative Academic Partnership Program, and faculty member of the campus American Democracy Project. At the national level, she has served on the American Musicological Society’s Pedagogy Committee and as Program Chairperson for the 2015 Feminist Theory and Music Conference.

Chybowski’s doctoral dissertation, “Developing American Taste: A Cultural History of the Early-Twentieth-Century Music Appreciation Movement” has led to further research of musical culture in the United States. Presently, she works on the biography and reception of African American vocalist, Elizabeth Taylor Greenfield who toured in the mid-to-late nineteenth century as the “Black Swan.” She has presented original research at national and international meetings of the Society for American Music, The American Musicological Society, Feminist Theory and Music Conference, and at numerous college campuses and community events. Her published works can be found in The Grove Dictionary of American Music, Encyclopedia of American Musical Culture, The American Music Research Journal, The Journal of Ethnic History, Journal of Historical Research in Music Education, and The Journal of the American Musicological Society.

Chybowski’s first music degree was in performance, with an emphasis in harp. She was a busy freelance musician through graduate school and for about a decade, directed the Harp Program for the Wisconsin Youth Symphony Orchestra, taught Continuing Education music classes at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and maintained a large private teaching studio in Madison, Wisconsin. A founder of and former Associate Program Director for the Madison Early Music Festival, she has taught historical harp at this annual summer workshop. Although her primary career focus is now as musicologist, she is also dedicated to a small studio of Fox Valley-area harpists to whom she teaches lessons.

 

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